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Four Strategies To Reduce Your Open Source Risk




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With open source so pervasive, it’s surprising how little developers and organizations are aware of the risks inherent in the software choices they’re making and the solutions available. Be aware and prepare for what could happen, download this whitepaper now to learn four key strategies that can help reduce your open source risk.

Sponsor: Rogue Wave

Open Source Software: Security Risks and Best Practices




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Up to 80% of the source code in many new commercial and enterprise applications is open source software (OSS). OSS allows developers to build apps faster but may also introduce risk to organizations through security vulnerabilities in the libraries. This paper examines steps you can take to mitigate these risks and will help engineering and security teams work together to build and enforce best practices in the selection, use, and monitoring of open source components.

Sponsor: Rogue Wave

Reduce Your Open Source Security Risk: Strategies, Tactics, and Tools




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While there’s no doubt that open source software is here to stay, that doesn’t mean that developers can feel free to use all and any open source software components with no thought to the vulnerabilities and security issues they may introduce into their development projects. The fact is, there’s no such thing as bulletproof, bug-free, automatically license compliant, and easily auditable software. Not in the open source world and not in the commercial off the shelf world. Download this white paper to learn how to reduce your open source security risk.

Sponsor: Rogue Wave

Open Source Integration Software in the Enterprise: An Innovative, Vendor-Neutral and Safe Approach




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Open source integration software addresses two of the biggest challenges in IT: the high cost of infrastructure software and the limitations of a closed stack. Open source technology is also proven and is widely adopted by the enterprise. Deploying open source software successfully in an enterprise environment requires careful evaluation. Not all open source software is designed for enterprise use, and not all open source communities serve the unique needs of enterprise development. The deployment criteria explored in this paper is derived from the collective experiences of many professionals who have deployed open source technology in large IT organizations. Red Hat has a proven track record of delivering IT solutions to the Forbes Global 2000.

Sponsor: Red Hat

Enterprise Integration Patterns Flash Cards




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Use these flashcards along with the popular open source integration framework Apache Camel as an easy reference during the design and development of integration projects. This deck of flashcards covers 49 integration patterns discussed in Gregory Hohpe’s book, Enterprise Integration Patterns.

Sponsor: Red Hat


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